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Up to date Internet Storm Center Infocon Status
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2008, 11:51:45 PM »
The intent of the SANS 'Infocon' below is to reflect changes in malicious traffic and the possibility of disrupted connectivity. In particular important is the concept of "Change". Every host connected to the Internet is subject to some amount of traffic caused by worms and viruses. However, once a worm has been identified and the number of infected machines is no longer increasing, this traffic is not likely to cause any disruptions.

The Infocon is intended to apply to the condition of the Internet infrastructure. SANS do not monitor particular nations or companies.

SANS INFOCon Definitions

Green: Everything is normal. No significant new threat known.
Blue: This status is used for testing only. Everything is normal. No significant new threat known.
Yellow: SANS is currently tracking a significant new threat. The impact is either unknown or expected to be minor to the infrastructure. However, local impact could be significant. Users are advised to take immediate specific action to contain the impact. Example: 'MSBlaster' worm outbreak.
Orange: A major disruption in connectivity is imminent or in progress. Examples: Code Red on its return, and SQL Slammer worm during its first half day.
Red: Loss of connectivity across a large part of the internet.


 

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